so, international law or dfic, in the united arab emirates. a lot of contracts are entered into under sharia law, which, in that respect, presents a different set of challenges. >> does that protect you more or less then? >> i think sharia law is very interesting. it's more focused upon an equitable distribution so in that respect there are certain protections there, but not protections against regime change. >> so, let's say, for instance, out of all of these countries you're invested in, i understand you're not invested in libya. which one are you most worried about at the moment? would be it bahrain? >> bahrain is a very small country. the unrest in bahrain, where the total population is 500,000 and the intervention from saudi arabia and the united arab emirates is over 1,000 police and soldiers.